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OMG, stunning is the only word for it!

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Squiggle

There's nothing I can add as the heading says it all, this is from a guy named Herry Rasio, great work! :D

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Shrimp Aqua

Hey Jay, been doing scapes like this for years, easyyyyy in my dreams.

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Squiggle

Hahaha, yeah it can whip one up in a matter of minutes too, in my dreams! :D

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BlueBolts

Wow, thanks for sharing...absolutely incredible the effort out into the scape.....

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BristledOne

That's beautiful! that must have taken so long to make

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newbreed

I wish I has the patience, eye for detail and creative brain to be able to produce an astounding piece of scaping like this! Thanks for sharing Jay! :bow: :bow:

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Ronskitz

Awesome Jay cheers for sharing :)

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OzShrimp

That does look pretty cool, i think with trees and what not half the problem is finding the right driftwood which looks right 

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Squiggle

Definitely agree with you there dude.

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yeswaitnosorry

:bow:  fabulous!

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shrimpstan

He must have been stoked to find the driftwood for this scape. Perfect!!

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Jenbenwren

That's gorgeous!!!

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Gbang

wow!!! thats amazing!!!

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Tankeyone

holy sweet mother of God that is amazing...

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